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Tax and benefit changes disproportionately impact on women

Following from my previous post, The Independent ran this story on its front page yesterday. Quoting analysis by the House of Commons Library it states that the Government’s tax changes and benefits cuts have disproportionately affected women, with women losing … Continue reading

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Who runs the world? Not girls!

Whatever¬†Beyonce may think, data released this week by the OECD suggest that women most certainly are not running the world, although they are clearly spending a great deal of time cleaning up after those who are. To coincide with International … Continue reading

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